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If you have ever looked at your wardrobe choice for the day and thought that something is missing, then you need a personalised scarf. Women's best friend when it comes to accessorising that outfit to take it from 'looking good' to 'outstanding!' and to make you really stand out from the crowd. A spectacular personalised ladies scarf, UK handmade to order, can feature your art, designs, photos or even a pattern or painting you love.
Lovingly made in the UK by our talented artisans here in London, using sustainable practices and eco-friendly materials.
Production time: Ready To Ship In 2-4 Day(s)
Delivery time: 1-3 days, several options available.
We are fast, and print most products in one day if you order before 12:00pm. Excludes delivery time.
Create your own personal style and accessorise away with a personalised scarf. Women's scarves are offered in four different sizes, which feature different shapes and proportions. What's more, is that you can also choose your material from a selection of five different options - including both man-made and natural fabrics.
Whichever fabric option you choose, you're guaranteed a lightweight, airy finished scarf that feels just wonderful against your skin. We print on one side of the scarf, and the fabrics have some show through, so you'll see the natural colour of the material as well as a trace of your design, especially where you have used dark or bold colours.
Your personalised ladies scarf,
Perfect for use as a square neck scarf, folded with the point either at the front or down the back for a classic look.
The perfect size and shape for a conventional scarf, wrap around your neck once or twice for a traditional look.
This large rectangular women's personalised scarf is perfect to use as a shawl, drape around your shoulders for a sophisticated look.
This square personalised ladies scarf is perfect when you want to cover your head (or hair) as well as your neck and shoulders. Drape across all three for a swanky look.
Silk Sensation - 90 gsm
MulMul Soft Muslin - 55 gsm
Paris Chiffon - 40 gsm
Real Silk Satin - 85 gsm
Real Georgette Silk - 50 gsm
We recommend dry cleaning.
Can be hand washed using cold water with silk detergent.
Safe to iron but do not use steam.
Expect 2-8% shrinkage.
Can be washed at 30°.
Tumble dryer safe on low heat.
Can be ironed with low heat.
Do not wring.
Dry cleaning recommended.
Hand wash with silk detergent and cold water.
Safe to iron but not with the use of steam.
Hand wash only.
Hang to dry.
Do not wring or tumble dry.
Steam and iron safe.
Due to the delicate nature of the fabric, some pulls are to be expected and this is not out of the ordinary.
A silk alternative. A poly fabric that is made from spun yarns and a plain closed weave. This construct is solid once finished. Strong and durable this is ideal for everyday wear.
The first of our natural fabrics, this Silk Satin is made from genuine 100% natural silk. A crepe twist yarn is used with a satin weave and an organzine warp. A surprisingly durable fabric.
A classic muslin weave made from synthetic fibres. Lightweight and plain woven with a naturally loose yarn, this stunning fabric has the softness of cotton but the durability of a poly fabric.
Made using a tight weave of spun yarn, this beautiful 100% natural silk fabric is light and airy. The thin threads that are used create an overall gossamer aesthetic. This is a delicate fabric.
The lightest material of them all, this poly fabric is sheer and extremely lightweight. It is a cool fabric with a plain weave and a dry handle. Made with a twisted filament spun yarn.
Choose from either a baby hem or an overlocked hem in either black or white thread. A baby hem is an extremely narrow rolled hem. It is most often used for hemming delicate fabrics, and as it is so tiny and neat, it gives a really elegant and refined finish to your personalised women's scarf. Commonly used for decorative edges and seaming fabrics, a three-thread overlock stitch creates loops of three threads which pass from the needle to the edges of the material. Then looping those through each other, so that the fabric edge is within the stitching.